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Today on KSR: Sports are coming!

Ty Schadt06/07/20


Article written by:On3 imageTy Schadt
[caption id="attachment_253304" align="aligncenter" width="600"] @UKFootball[/caption] Good morning, BBN! It's been an exciting week of sports news, with announcements of the NBA's return and UK's plan to bring football players back on campus. Here's a roundup of what happened this week and what's on the horizon. Kentucky football workouts will resume tomorrow The Cats will get to hit the weights Monday morning, as the SEC’s embargo on all on-campus activities will be lifted. https://twitter.com/KySportsRadio/status/1269290019707146242 https://twitter.com/UKFootball/status/1269370136475074563 As the first group begins team activities next week, the second wave of players will return to campus and begin the process of becoming medically cleared to play. It will be the first time the team meets together in person since March 12, and it's safe to say fans are excited: https://twitter.com/mlexcats07/status/1269294003373170688 WATCH: De'Aaron Fox talks NBA return The former Wildcat will have the chance to lead the Kings to a playoff spot when the NBA heads to Orlando next month. The Kings are one of the 13 Western Conference teams invited, and currently hold the 11 seed. De'Aaron Fox caught up with WKYT's Lee K. Howard to discuss his feelings about the new league format. Check it out: https://twitter.com/HowardWKYT/status/1268752757617569792 LOOK: UK Football team participates in Lexington protest On Friday, Mark Stoops, Associate Head Coach Vince Marrow, and Director of Player Development Courtney Love led the Kentucky Football team’s march at a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Lexington alongside Mayor Linda Gorton and other community leaders. https://twitter.com/ZGeogheganKSR/status/1269001942166110208 Check out more of our coverage from the significant event: https://kentuckysportsradio.com/football-2/look-mark-stoops-leads-kentucky-football-team-in-black-lives-matter-protest/ Former Wildcats back in German league action Derek Willis and Archie Goodwin both were in action yesterday as the German easyCredit BB League resumed play. The former Cats both start for the Ratiopharm Ulm, and helped secure a 95-85 victory over FC Bayern yesterday. Willis added two points while Goodwin posted 11 points and five assists. Keely Willis, Derek's wife, provided some updates on the league earlier in the week. https://twitter.com/keelyrwillis/status/1268789290739400704 https://twitter.com/keelyrwillis/status/1268941023536963584 Ratiopharm Ulm will be back in action tomorrow when they take on Ewe Baskets Oldenburg. Date is set for NBA Draft Earlier this week, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski broke significant news regarding the NBA Draft. The Draft Lottery, which determines the order of the first 14 selections, will take place on August 25, followed by the NBA Draft on October 15. https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/1268601233817796611 In just a few short months, we'll know which teams Tyrese Maxey, Immanuel Quickley, Ashton Hagans, Nick Richards, and EJ Montgomery will begin their pro careers with. But until then, all we can do is speculate. Let the mock drafts continue! DON'T MISS OUT: Lynn Bowden autographed mini-helmet giveaway ends today! Today is the last day you can enter for a chance to win a mini Raiders helmet autographed by Lynn Bowden. The rules to enter are below: https://twitter.com/BWeiss2330/status/1267874139911659520

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